Looking for a way to connect with local business owners? Good news! The Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce offers several ways to connect monthly. In fact, this upcoming Tuesday, June 18th, Sand Mountain Pest Management will host Breakfast and Business at Roadside ‘Que in beautiful downtown Fort Payne.

Sand Mountain Pest Management has been serving the community for twenty-three years now. During that time their employees have gone above and beyond to treat customer’s homes and businesses like their own. Sand Mountain Pest Management offers a full line of pest control services. Their focus is always customer education regarding preventative pest management measures. Sand Mountain Pest Management strives to protect your family’s biggest investment, your home.

Many thanks to Roadside ‘Que for hosting breakfast. While Roadside ‘Que is typically a lunch and dinner restaurant, they were generous enough to open for our Breakfast and Business. Owner, Justin Christman, specializes in barbeque, however he is making a name for himself in the taco, nacho and burger arena. Open Tuesday through Saturday, you can also find a nice variety of craft beers.

If you haven’t attended a Breakfast and Business, please try and join us Tuesday. It’s a great time to network and share more information about your business as well. By simply attending more Chamber events you increase your chance of winning money and/or a free membership at the end of the year, so join us! Let’s not forget the food is free, and this is an opportunity to connect with others and grow your business. If you are interested in hosting a Breakfast and Business, give us a call and we are happy to provide you with more information, 256.845.2741.

We appreciate Chamber Members, such as Sand Mountain Pest Management, for sponsoring events throughout the year. Looking forward to seeing everyone Tuesday. You can keep up with Chamber events by visiting our website at www.fortpaynechamber.com.

— Jennifer McCurdy is director of the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce. You can email her through the chamber’s website at fortpaynechamber.com.

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